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Spiritual Support Will End Arbitrary Killings

JUDGE in-Charge of the High Court Tanzania in Mwanza Zone, Mr Sam Rumanyika has advised religious leaders to provide spiritual support in fight against arbitrary killings of elderly and other vulnerable people in the Lake Zone.

p JUDGE in-Charge of the High Court Tanzania in Mwanza Zone, Mr Sam Rumanyika has advised religious leaders to provide spiritual support in fight against arbitrary killings of elderly and other vulnerable people in the Lake Zone.He made the call over the weekend during Law Week celebrations to mark the High Court 100 year anniversary.Deputy Registrar of High Court Tanzania in the Zone, Mr James Karayemaha noted that the celebrations will run for ten days from last Sunday, and called upon the residents to show up for free legal related education.According to him, marriage, divorce and labour- related cases are also topping the list, and urged members of the public to attend various free public awareness sessions being offered by the court, so as to know where and how exactly to have access to legal aid.

Let Tanzanians attend these public awareness campaigns, so as to know the right place and authorized persons to give the support," said the Coordinator."Murder cases are often reported in this zone, the situation that needs the intervention of religious leaders, basing on the fact that you regularly meet members of the community during prayers sessions.

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